Multinational IT solutions firm D-Link expects to have tripled its sales in Mexico for 2010, the company's director general in Mexico, Jorge Guillen, was quoted as saying by local paper El Universal.
In the first four months of 2010, D-Link's Mexico sales exceeded total revenues for 2009, which led the executive to believe sales in 2010 will triple the previous year's numbers.
According to Guillen, D-Link sees market opportunities in Mexico by selling to telecoms operators. Additionally, the company will aim to grow its catalogue of more than 600 products sold in the country.
Over the past two years, D-Link has operated in Mexico with its own infrastructure and office, establishing itself in sales in the country at third place for switches, fourth for wireless and fifth for security solutions. The office in Mexico is one of three serving Latin America, with the other two in Miami and Brazil.
In terms of wireless access points, D-Link was number one in small, medium and large corporation markets in 2009. The Taiwanese company has 130 offices in 64 countries, with more than 2,100 employees.
D-Link - which specializes in selling networking, connectivity and communication information equipment - has had a presence in Latin America for 11 years.